Matt Waldman’s RSP Cast Quick Game Week 16 with Mark Schofield

Rookie Scouting Portfolio writers Mark Schofield and Matt Waldman discuss the NFL, college prospect evaluation, the football writing industry, and non-football topics in this 90-minute, holiday episode of the Quick Game. 

This week’s RSP cast covers a lot of football and non-football territory.

  • Which NFL player has demonstrated significant improvement this year?
  • Do backups of a certain style/skill level have an inherent advantage against NFL defenses?
  • How Matt learned he’s married to Bernie Mac and Mark married Monica from Friends.
  • The most dangerous AFC/NFC teams to the current playoff frontrunners.
  • Is there a tight end who could challenge the Travis Kelce/George Kittle tier of all-around talents at the position?
  • Which college player have you studied who fascinates you?
  • Share a bucket list item you might be too afraid to try.
  • The QB whose job could be in jeopardy in 2021.
  • Industry pitfalls to navigate in terms of stolen work, poaching writers, and contract details.
  • Mark and Matt share an issue with the game of a prospect they’ve recently studied.
  • Movie, TV, book, music, and video game recommendations–why, one day, Mark will wake up in a dentist’s chair with a cable in his hard-drive wired brain and matter-of-factly state: “I know the Walsh West Coast Offense helmed by Montana. Give me a ball.”

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